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Trail cam documents big-game fattening for fall

A bull elk trips the motion-activated shutter of a trail cam set up in Stevens County by Kevin Scheib of Colville. (Kevin Scheib)
A bull elk trips the motion-activated shutter of a trail cam set up in Stevens County by Kevin Scheib of Colville. (Kevin Scheib)

WILDLIFE WATCHING -- "Not many deer sightings, yet," said Kevin Scheib of Colville, offering a report on what he's been docmenting with motion-activated game cams he's set up at various spots in Stevens County.

"But I've been haveing troubles with my camera's. One has been stolen. Bears keep readjusting my settings and I had a four piont bull elk rubbing on one.

"But anytime in the woods is good times!"

The photos he shares today show a cow and calf moose as well as several bull elk passing in front of the same camera this month.

 




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